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November, 1907. 29 BELGIUM-KONGO. Treaty signed at Brussels for cession of the

Kongo Free State to Belgium. Text, Times, December 7. Deibel: Het Congovraagstuk, De Gibs, October, 1907; Lorrand: Le Congo et la Belgique, La Grand R., 46:43; Goffart: La mise en valeur de l'état du Congo, La R. générale, 86:40; Taylor: The Congo Free State, American Law R., 41:102; Spectator, January 4; Times, October 26, November 7. The December, 1907, number of the Official Organ of the Congo Reform Association contains a map showing concessions in the Kongo Free State; text, Q. dipl., 24:845; A new era for the Congo, Nation, 85:558; Lorrand: Belgian opinion on the Congo

question, Contemporary R., February, 1908. GERMANY—NETHERLANDS. Ratifications exchanged at Berlin of

treaty signed at Berlin, August 27, 1907. Accident insurance. Reichs-G., 1907, No. 50.




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Belgium, order in Council directing that the extradition acts shall apply in the case of, and of the supplementary convention of March 5, 1907. (Statutory rules and orders, 1907, no. 544.) 1d.

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[1907] 2 King's Bench Division, 157.

Extradition - Crime Committed in Belgium - Prescriptive Period for Punish

ment - Order of Committal to Await Surrender Made Within Prescriptive Period, but During Time Prisoner Serving Sentence for Crime Committed in England — Arrest under Order of Committal After Expiration of Prescriptive Period — Extradition Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict., c. 52), s. 3, sub-s. 3; ss. 10, 11 — Extradition Treaty Between United Kingdom and Belgium of October 29, 1901, arts. 9, 11 — Belgium Penal Code, arts. 92, 96.

Rule nisi calling on the governor of Brixton Prison to shew cause why the applicant, Michel Louis van der Auwera, who had been committed to Brixton Prison by a metropolitan magistrate, there to await his surrender to the Belgian Government, should not be brought up and discharged upon the ground that, by art. 92 of the Belgian Penal Code, the offence for which the applicant was sentenced was no longer punishment in Belgium, the period of prescription having expired. On June 28, 1901, the prisoner was convicted of larceny in Belgium in his absence par contumace. The time for appealing expired on July 9 following The prescriptive period of five years, which is fixed by art. 92 of the Belgian Penal Code, then began to run. On February 8,

1 The following translation of the material portions of the Belgian Penal Code, the Code d’Instruction Criminelle, and the Treaty between the United Kingdom and Belgium for the Mutual Surrender of Fugitive Criminals, dated October 29, 1901, was used by the Court:

Belgian Penal Code, art. 92: “ Correctional punishment will be lost by prescription after five completed years, counting from the date of the decree or judgment given in the last resort, or counting from the day when the judgment given in first instance could not longer be contested by way of appeal.”

Art. 96: Prescription of punishment” (that is, the period after which exemption from punishment takes place through lapse of time) “will be interrupted by the arrest of the convicted person.”

Code d'Instruction Criminelle, s. 476: “ If the accused surrenders, or is

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